10 March 2015

Compass would like to thank everyone who stopped in to see us at the Red Deer Home Show over the weekend. It was a great event and we had lots of fun meeting with everyone. If you need to get a hold of us, give us a shout.

06 March 2015

Come and see Compass Geomatics at the Red Deer Home Show this Friday to Sunday. Stop by Booth 642 to discuss all your Surveying needs with us.

05 March 2014

Compass Geomatics Ltd. is pleased to announce the expansion of its professional land surveying and mapping services into Canada Lands. Canada Lands surveys include all federal land, reservations, federal parks and the three territories. Blake Wahl, SLS, MLS, has recently completed his CLS commission. “We are very excited that Blake has completed his CLS and we look forward to offering this expanded service,” said Wayne Savoury, General Manager.

29 January 2014

Compass Geomatics Ltd. is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Petroleum Survey Division and Municipal Surveying Division of Strategic Energy Group Inc. Compass offers a complete professional geomatics package to its clients in Alberta and Saskatchewan, utilizing the most advanced technologies possible. “By combining the skills, resources and industry relationships of both companies we have greatly strengthened our ability to service the needs of our clients.” ~ Wayne Savoury, General Manager at Compass.

29 January 2014

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23 October 2013

Recently, Compass began acquiring Trimble R10 GNSS receivers, the next generation of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) survey technology. Unparalleled in GNSS field performance, these receivers include features that improve positioning and functionality in areas of poor reception. The Trimble xFill™ feature reduces downtime in the field by allowing the surveyor to continue to gather data for up to five minutes when radio or cellular signals are unavailable.